W. Arnold-Forster Collected Papers
Held at: Swarthmore College Peace Collection [Contact Us]500 College Avenue, Swarthmore 19081-1399
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William Edward Arnold-Forster (1886-1951) was a British artist, landscape painter, and pastellier. He was involved in many peace organizations and he served as the technical adviser and official representative to the 1932 Disarmament Conference in Geneva. His conference reports were widely distributed in Britain and the United States. During 1932-1933, Arnold-Forster lectured on disarmament throughout Britain and the United States. He also contributed to many publications and wrote several pamphlets about nationalist preoccupations, disarmament, and peace.
Pamphlet and speeches: organized by type. chronological arrangement.
William Arnold-Forster collected papers.)
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is not the official repository for records for W. Arnold-Forster.
This collection includes a pamphlet from 1926 by W. Arnold-Forster and summaries and outlines of speeches he delivered in 1932.
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Collection is open to researchers.